Market Reports

Airbnb to give Portland info on all listings. 1,500 unpermitted listings expected to be removed.
After years of legal wrangling between the City of Portland and Airbnb a settlement has been reached. Starting in December[...]
What Does the 2018 Portland Housing Market Look Like?
As the year just starts ramping up, we are looking ahead. What is 2018 going to look like for home buyers/sellers in[...]
Portland Becomes Second City To Adopt Mandatory Home Energy Score
What Does it Mean for You?The Home Energy Score helps consumers know what to expect from their utility bills when[...]
The Organic Grocery Effect: When Grocery Stores Plant, Home Values Grow
Is a Whole Foods, New Seasons, or Trader Joe’s store going in down the street from you? Look forward to[...]
Oregon Rent Control Updates: HB 2004 Dies, Portland City Ordinance Stands
In our 2017 Portland Real Estate Market Report and our blog, we’ve been reporting on the city of Portland and[...]
Why is Portland Home Inventory So Low, And Why Aren’t There More New Condos?
Note: this three-part answer is excerpted from our 2017 market report. Part One To answer the question of why the[...]
What Does the 2018 Portland Housing Market Look Like?
As the year just starts ramping up, we are looking ahead. What is 2018 going to look like for home buyers/sellers in[...]
Inventory on Hold | Portland Inventory Report | February 2017
With Portland's real estate inventory on hold after the winter hangover, prices continue to rise, keeping it a Seller's market.
Snowpocalypse Ices Sales | Portland Sales Volume Report | February 2017
Pending sales in Portland decreased, so expect a drop in sales next month due to an uptick of interest rates and a hangover from delayed activity due to the snow.
Oregon Passes Statewide Rent Control
Oregon just passed a statewide rent control law, the first of it's kind in the nation. Unfortunately there is no[...]
What Does the 2018 Portland Housing Market Look Like?
As the year just starts ramping up, we are looking ahead. What is 2018 going to look like for home buyers/sellers in[...]
Portland Becomes Second City To Adopt Mandatory Home Energy Score
What Does it Mean for You?The Home Energy Score helps consumers know what to expect from their utility bills when[...]
The Organic Grocery Effect: When Grocery Stores Plant, Home Values Grow
Is a Whole Foods, New Seasons, or Trader Joe’s store going in down the street from you? Look forward to[...]
Oregon Rent Control Updates: HB 2004 Dies, Portland City Ordinance Stands
In our 2017 Portland Real Estate Market Report and our blog, we’ve been reporting on the city of Portland and[...]